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The art of the novel from 1700 to the present time,

Author: Pelham Edgar
Publisher: New York, Macmillan, 1933.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Edgar, Pelham, 1871-1948.
Art of the novel from 1700 to the present time.
New York, Macmillan, 1933
(OCoLC)592818664
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pelham Edgar
OCLC Number: 484497
Description: x, 493 pages folded diagram 22 cm
Contents: Part One --
I. Preliminaries --
II. The Essentials --
Part Two --
III. The Eighteenth-Century Advance --
IV. Richardson and the Epistolary Novel --
V. Henry Fielding and Tom Jones --
VI. The Contribution of Sterne --
VII. Sir Walter Scott --
VIII. Jane Austen --
IX. Austen and Thackeray --
X.A Group of Dickens's Novels --
XI. Nathaniel Hawthorne and The Scarlet Letter --
XII. Herman Melville and Moby Dick --
XIII. The Brontes --
XIV. George Elliot --
XV. George Meredith --
XVI. Thomas Hardy --
XVII. The Essential Novelist? Henry James --
XVIII. Joseph Conrad --
XIX. Edith Wharton --
XX. John Galsworthy ---
XXI. H.G. Wells and the Modern Mind --
XXII. French Realism: Gissing, Moore, and Bennett --
XXIII. American Realism, Sex, and Theodore Dreiser --
XXIV. Two Anti-Realists: Willa Cather and Cabell --
XXV. The Way of Irony and Satire: Maugham, Douglas, Huxley, Lewis --
XXVI. Psycho-Analysis and James Joyce --
XXVII. The Stream of Consciousness: Dorothy Richardson, Virginia Woolf --
XXVIII. Four American Writers: Anderson, Hemingway, Dos Passos, Faulkner --
XXIX. Omissions and Conclusions: Chiefly Lawrence.
Responsibility: by Pelham Edgar ...

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